Father Reginald Samuels, vicar for Catholics of African Descent, reflects on his 10th anniversary of his priesthood in the Archdiocese and the beatification process of Augustus Tolton, the first African-American priest in the U.S.
More than 1,300 teachers and school administrators from Catholic schools of the Archdiocese welcomed the beginning of a new school year with Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, who celebrated the Aug. 9 Opening Schools Mass.
A longtime effort of both Kolbe Prison Ministries in the Archdiocese and the Office of Correctional Ministries, Kolbe prison retreats, named after the Polish martyr, offer incarcerated men and women the chance to experience God’s redemptive grace and mercy with a weekend featuring the Sacraments, small group sharing and more.
Instead of allowing fear and anger to win in the latest spate of mass shootings, local leaders are turning to open dialogue and positive action to battle racism or whatever incites people to dehumanize others.
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